Court ADA Poster
NEED ACCOMMODATION FOR A DISABILITY?
HEARING, VISUAL AND OTHER HELP MAY BE ARRANGED
CONTACT THE CLERK OF COURT
It is the policy of the Judicial Branch of the State of Maine that:
Programs, activities, services and facilities of the court system will be fully accessible to individuals with disabilities, as required by fairness and justice as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Human Rights Act.
If you require accommodations, auxiliary aids or services in order to communicate or participate in the court system, please make your request to the Clerk of Court.
Requests may be made in writing on forms provided by the court.
Requests can also be made in person, by telephone or by other means chosen
by the requestor.
Copies of the following documents are available on request from the Clerk of Court:
- The Policy on Access for People With Disabilies
- The Grievance Procedure for people who have been denied accommodations, auxiliary aids or service
- Request form for people seeking accommodation, auxiliary aids or service